Grokking System Design Fundamentals
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Why is Caching Important?

Caching plays a critical role in improving system performance and user experience in software engineering. By storing frequently accessed data in a cache, applications can reduce the response time and latency of operations, resulting in faster and more efficient processing. Here are some reasons why caching is important:

1. Reduced latency

By serving data from the cache, which is typically faster to access than the original data source, caching can significantly reduce the time it takes to retrieve the data.




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